• National Association of Evangelicals
Founded in 1942, the NAE has a rich history of facilitating Christian unity, public witness and cooperative ministry among evangelical denominations, congregations, educational institutions and service agencies in the United States.
• The Conservative Congregational Christian Conference
The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) was established as a coordinating agency facilitating Christian unity, public witness, and cooperative ministry among evangelical denominations, congregations, educational institutions, and service agencies in the United States. The Association traces its beginnings back to 1942.
• The Clapham Group
The National Association of Evangelicals represents more than 45,000 local churches from over 40 different denominations and serves a constituency of millions. Their objectives include standing for biblical truth, speaking with a representative voice, and serving the evangelical community through united action
• The Christian Century
The National Association of Evangelicals has condemned plans by a Florida church to burn copies of the Qurʾan on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The National Association of Evangelicals was formed by a group of 147 people who met in St. Louis, Missouri on April 7-9, 1942. The fundamentalist/modernist controversy, and the related isolation of various fundamentalist and evangelical denominations and leaders, provided the impetus for developing such an organization. Early leaders in the movement were Ralph T. Davis, Will Houghton, Harold John Ockenga, and J. Elwin Wright. Houghton called for a meeting in Chicago, Illinois in 1941. A committee was formed with Wright as chairman, and a national conference for United Action Among Evangelicals was called to meet in April 1942.